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Common Goals, Distinct Missions: Cross Sector Collaboration on Empowerment of Women and Girls
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This April, women and girls’ economic empowerment will be top of mind. As the UN Millennium Development Goals are set to expire, leaders are taking stock of the progress made while gearing up to lay out the post-2015 development agenda to reach the Sustainable Development Goals.
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In Senegal, family planning use is among the lowest in the world. Shortages and stock-outs have made it difficult for women to rely on modern contraceptives as a reproductive health tool.
Post- Event IFC Resources on Gender